Arc'teryx Men's Gamma LT Jacket

Priced: $130.99 - $219.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
Arc'teryx Gamma LT Jacket -
They don’t get much more multipurpose than this. The Arc’teryx Gamma LT Jacket is the perfect companion for scaling a mountain, or strolling the streets. A Burly double weave fabric is not only water and wind resistant, but is also extremely breathable for superior ventilation. While a Durable Water Repellent guards against the rain on the outside, you are nestled inside the comfortable lining and enjoying a brushed collar. With how soft and cozy the Gamma LT Jacket is, you may initially be fooled into thinking it couldn’t possibly have a dark side. How wrong you would be. Even though it is soft and stretchy, there is a super legit amount of durability and toughness built in. Water is sealed out by the laminated cuffs and hem which also includes a drawcord for additional customization. You are fully mobile thanks to the articulated patterning and gusseted underarms. As one of the lightest soft shells you can find from Arc’teryx, the Gamma LT Jacket is an ultra versatile hunk of outerwear that has pledged to deliver true cold weather protection from campus to base camp.

Collar:

  • Soft brushed-lined collar

Embroidery:

  • Embroidered logo

Wash and Care:

  • Machine wash in cold water
  • Wash dark colors separately

Hipbelt:

  • High zippered hand pockets are easily accessible, even while wearing a backcpack with a hipbelt

Weather and Wind:

  • Wind resistant

Sizing:

  • Athletic, hip length
  • Full-length Vislon zipper with wind flap

Zippers:

  • Laminated sleeve pocket with laminated zip

Fabric:

  • Brushed polyester inner collar
  • Burly™ double weave—50% nylon, 43% polyester, 7% spandex, 275 g/m². A hard-wearing, durable, stretch woven fabric with a smooth outer face and a soft inner face that is comfortable next to the skin. A DWR (durable water repellent) coating helps shed moisture.
  • Do not use fabric softener
  • Mechanical stretch textile for unrestricted mobility—fabric is inherently stretchy without the use of Spandex fibres, making it more durable
  • Laminated hem
  • Adjustable hem drawcord
  • 46% polyester
  • Burly double weave four-way stretch fabric is extremely breathable and won't limit your range of motion

Fit:

  • Stretch gusset cuffs for easy in and out and comfortable fit

Features:

  • Gusseted underarms
  • Highly durable
  • Iron on low heat
  • Laminated chin guard
  • Laminated cuffs
  • 8% spandex
  • Gender specific patterning
  • Weather resistant
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FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Gamma LT Jacket.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Men's Gamma LT Jacket.

Backcountry.com
The Arc'teryx Gamma LT Softshell Jacket has become a legend among the backcountry crowd for its light weight and unbeatable breathability. Smart features like high zippered hand pockets and a brushed polyester inner collar remain, but updates like a longer body and a slimmer fit make the Gamma LT more useful than ever.

Oregon Mountain Community
The Arc'teryx Gamma LT Jacket is a light weight, wind and water resistant soft shell jacket. The Burly™ double weave textile is ultra durable, moisture wicking and comfy with a brushed fleece backing making this your go-to jacket on the trail or in the pub.

Gearx

Crossing boundaries, the Gamma LT Jacket is designed for active outdoor use and styled for relaxed everyday living. Constructed with an extremely durable non-insulated softshell textile with a soft inner face, this adaptive three-season jacket is equally at home in the mountains or around town.


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Redesigned with a trimmer, longer cut and a slightly taller collar, Arc'teryx took the Gamma LT Jacket for men and just made it that much better.
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Also available for: Women
Activity:All Around
Breathability Rating:Super good
Closure:Full Zip
Clothing Fit:Trim Fit
Collar:Soft brushed-lined collar, Laminated chin guard
Cuffs:Laminated cuffs
Fit:Athletic, hip length
Gusseted:Gender specific patterning, Articulated patterning for unrestricted mobility, Gusseted underarms, Stretch wrist gussets
Hem:Laminated hem, Adjustable hem drawcord
Length:31 in
Liner:Soft, inner face-fabric is comfortable next-to-skin
Material:Burly Double Weave: 46% Nylon, 46% Polyester, 8% Spandex
Pockets:Laminated sleeve pocket with laminated zip, Two hand pockets with zippers
Style:Jackets
Type:Softshell
Waterproof:Moisture-resistant outer face fabric, DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface
Weight:515 g / 1 lb 2.2 oz
Windproof:Wind resistant
Zipper:Full front zip with wind flap
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Arc'teryx Gamma LT Jacket Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I have both the Gamma AR and LT. The LT is much lighter, thiner, as comfortable and they both looks good. I agree with some reviewers that this jacket looks good and I use it in Fall, Spring but not for cold winter without good base layer. I have used it for over 3 weeks in fall and love it. I wear it everyday to work and fit well over a long sleeve office shirt. My only complain is that the arm does not not have any velcro to tighten and block cold wind. I don't think the elastic band will last very long; we will wait and see. 4 stars for comfort and good locking jacket especially in Black but not entirely practical for cold winter . The heron color is still in my wish list for Christmas.

Samsudin at Backcountry.com on 10/13/2013

Love this jacket. The fit is perfect. I am almost 5'11", 170lbs. and the medium is perfect. The athletic cut keeps it from being too wide in the abdominal area and the tapered rear keeps the jacket from riding up in the back. Love the feel and stretch of the material as well. If you're looking for something to provide a ton of warmth, this probably isn't the jacket. That said, I don't believe that's the purpose of this jacket anyway. If you're wanting a very versatile piece that can perform in a ton of activities, this is it. I plan to use it skiing a bunch this year with a substantial base layer and long-sleeve underneath to help with additional warmth.

Cole VandenAkker at Backcountry.com on 06/20/2012

I bought this specifically for travel and knocking around town about a year ago. I use it year around for air travel. I am always hot stepping to my next flight and this jacket is perfect to throw in the side pocket of my travel bag. Pull out and throw on waiting for shuttle or taxi. True it does not provide a lot of warmth but the quality and fit are excellent. I am 6' 190# and a large is perfect fit for me. I had a MH Synchros II jacket I left on a plane which was warmer, but this jacket packs lighter and fits better. Love it. gonna get the Gamma MX for colder climes.

Chris Armstrong at Backcountry.com on 06/25/2013

Good fit had to get the large to fit my shoulders wish some of these soft shell jackets had pit zips for a more active use.

gom2490453 at Backcountry.com on 05/02/2013

This jacket is typical Arcteryx, super high quality, fits tall and thin bodies, really well thought out and looks great. Highly recommend.

t.moormeie500991 at Backcountry.com on 11/10/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Love Arcteryx but just can't recommend this jacket. For me its more about the fashion than the function. Main complaint - its cold as hell. Maybe it works well if you are sweating up a storm on a cold day but the second you stop you feel the chill. This thing adds almost zero warmth to a base layer as the wind goes right through it. It's also cold to the touch. Its not something I'd want to carry in the mountains. Much better to take a hardshell which will cut the wind and let your mid layers trap heat. I guess I am not really a softshell person. I still can't figure out what they are for. Yes they breath when you are working hard but the second you strop you freeze. All that said it looks wicked and is a great city jacket in warmer weather.

sco3656860 at Backcountry.com on 02/14/2013

I ordered it in a small because of another review. Sleeves were perfect length but the torso was pretty tight, I'm 5'5" 160lbs. Since I'm returning it I decided to get another one instead that will be more warm (Atom SV). This jacket is very nice and I did like it, just wasn't right for me.

Daniel at Backcountry.com on 08/21/2012